Contents, Photosynthesis Research, Vol 41(3), Sept 94

Larry.Orr at ASU.EDU Larry.Orr at ASU.EDU
Thu Nov 10 16:52:18 EST 1994


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PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH

Contents

Volume 41:3, September 1994


Regular papers

Thermoluminescence as a probe of Photosystem II in intact leaves:
Non-photochemical fluorescence quenching in peas grown in an
intermittent light regime
G. Johnson, A. Krieger ................................................271-3=
79

Reconstitution of iron-sulfur center B of Photosystem I damaged
by mercuric chloride
W.-Z. He, R. Malkin ...................................................381-3=
88

Photophysics of the carotenoids associated with the xanthophyll
cycle in photosynthesis
H.A. Frank, A. Cua, V. Chynwat, A. Young, D. Gosztola,
M.R. Wasielewski ......................................................389-3=
95

Measurements of mesophyll conductance, photosynthetic electron
transport and alternative electron sinks of field grown wheat leaves
=46. Loreto, G. Di Marco, D. Tricoli, T.D. Sharkey ......................397=
-403

Comparison of the photoreduction of protochlorophyllide to chlorophyllide
in leaves and cotyledons from dark-brown bean as a function of age
B. Schoefs, H.-P. Garnir, M. Bertrand .................................405-4=
17

Rates of vectorial proton transport supported by cyclic electron
flow during oxygen reduction by illuminated intact chloroplasts
Y. Kobayashi, U. Heber ................................................419-4=
28

An active Mehler-peroxidase reaction sequence can prevent cyclic
PS I electron transport in the presence of dioxygen in intact spinach
chloroplasts
H. Hormann, C. Neubauer, U. Schreiber .................................429-4=
37

Mathematical modelling of photoinhibition and Photosystem II repair
cycle.  I. Photoinhibition and D1 protein degradation in vitro and
in the absence of chloroplast protein synthesis in vivo
E. Tyystj=E4rvi, P. M=E4enp=E4=E4, E.-M. Aro ...............................=
...439-449



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